Annenberg Space for Photography, Los Angeles

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See the world through many different lenses at Annenberg Space for Photography. Founded in 2009, the space boasts changing themed exhibits by artists, photojournalists, and documentarians. Located on the former site of the Shubert Theatre, the venue features a traditional exhibit space for print photography and an ultramodern digital projection gallery. Check out the calendar to see what the theme of the current show is. For travelers who use our online itinerary creator, Los Angeles holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Annenberg Space for Photography and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • Place that every lover of photography or anyone who wants to enjoy a good moment of learning through photography and who lives or is passing through Los Angeles that you should not miss. I loved the.....  more »
  • This place, first of all, is free. Great photo exhibits as well as films regarding their exhibit. Parking on Sundays is $1. You pretty much have to park there as it’s close to the big mall in...  more »
  • Probably my favorite museum in LA. Amazing photography and interesting exhibits. ALWAYS make sure to watch the documentary on the exhibit in the middle theatre. If these documentaries were up for awards, they would win. Very informative, interesting, and perfectly sum up what the exhibit is about. My favs so far were "Who Rock n Roll" and "Contact High." The courtyard out in front of the Annenberg could use it's own review. Absolutely beautiful!!
  • Excellent Exhibition - 'Contact High'. Especially liked the documentary that went along with the hip hop stills and contact sheets by Joseph Patel and his team. Was just a lovely afternoon. Can't believe I hadn't heard of it sooner. It's free! And parking below the building and then you go up the escalators to reach the museum.

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